Results in the Book of Psalm

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Why Isn’t God Answering?

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: March 07, 2010
Bible Verse: Psalms 10, 13

Excerpt: You know… this question that we’re talking about today is an unusually painful one. It’s a very hard thing to think that God might not be answering me. This question comes up when some hard things are going on in our lives that make us look to God for help. …

Christ and Credit

Robert Heerspink
Air Date: January 17, 2010
Bible Verse: Psalm 37, Romans 13:8, Proverbs 22:7

Excerpt: THE NATIONAL DEBT AND THOMAS JEFFERSONToday, in the United States, we’ve been told that the recession is officially over. But for a lot of people it really doesn’t feel that way. "Good luck surviving the recovery!" heralded one news magazine cover. And why? Well, for a number of reasons, but …

Is Pain A Punishment?

Duane Kelderman
Air Date: September 27, 2009
Bible Verse: Job 4, Psalm 103:10

Excerpt: Last time we considered the age—old question of the sufferer: WHY? Why do people suffer? If God is good and all—powerful, then why do bad things happen all the time? Last time we explored what it means to live by faith, to believe even when we do not see; and …

Pain - God’s Megaphone

Duane Kelderman
Air Date: September 27, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 119:65-72

Excerpt: Years ago a parishioner in a church I was serving then was suffering severe pain because of kidney stones. The doctors monitored her situation for a week before they finally decided to go in and get those kidney stones. After her surgery, her husband called me and told me that …

I’m Amazed!

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: August 23, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 139

Excerpt: A sense of amazement is good and healthy for all of us. Life every day is full of surprising things that capture our attention and ought to stir a sense of amazement in our heart. I’m amazed at the hugeness of this universe; at the intricate formation of a tiny …

I Must Remember

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: August 16, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 103

Excerpt: Many Christians call Psalm 103 their favorite. Along with Psalm 23, David’s shepherd Psalm, this one is probably one of the best—known of the Psalms. It’s one of my favorites too. I remember that, when I was a child, this was the Psalm the pastor always read at of the …

I’m Confused!

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: August 09, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 73

Excerpt: Sometimes there seems to be a big gap between "theory" and "fact", between "what is" and "what we think ought to be." Let me explain what I mean. My theory, probably yours too, is that people who are hard working, faithful, come to work on time, put in a full …

I Feel Safe

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: August 02, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 56

Excerpt: Have you ever thought much about how common tears are among us? Oh, I know, when we’re the ones shedding the tears, we’re obviously very aware of them. But the rest of the time….do you ever think much about how often someone else is weeping? A couple of months ago, …

I’ve Been Rescued

Howard Vanderwell
Air Date: July 26, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 34

Excerpt: The Psalms compose a fascinating book of the Bible. There are 150 Psalms in the Old Testament. You’ll find them just about in the middle of your Bible. They are written like poems; you’ll recognize them there in verse form. Most people assume, I think, that all the Psalms are …

Praying The Salvation Story

Paul DeVries
Air Date: March 01, 2009
Bible Verse: Psalm 107

Excerpt: In order to hear, see and understand a good story the stage needs to be set.  In other words, a person needs to be prepared and prompted to hear and see the story in the way the author intended.  I experienced the stage being set for an evening of Shakespeare …

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